STEAM Academy

Lexington, Kentucky

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  • Art & Writing Contest

    Young Black Voices The Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning wants to hear your voice!

    To celebrate Black History Month, the Carnegie Center invites artists ages 5-17 to submit to our first-ever Young Black Voices contest!

    We’re accepting pieces of writing, or visual art focused on the topic of what your Black identity means to you. All qualifying entries have the opportunity to be published in an original chapbook, which will contain entries for both visual art and writing. The winning entries will receive a copy of the chapbook at no charge.

    This contest is open to writers and visual artists of African American heritage who are residents of the U.S.A. and at the time of entry are at least five years of age and no older than seventeen years of age.

    The submission deadline is February 28, 2021. No late submissions will be accepted. Contestants may only submit material to one contest.

    For more information: Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning Writing Contest Information

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  • Free and Reduced Benefits

    No more paper applications to complete and return to the school office. You can submit an application for meal assistance or CEP’s EBF form online from the privacy of your home, or anywhere with an internet connection. For more information about our programs, visit: FCPS Food Services Link

    Direct links available at FCPS Meal Application Link 

    Letter About Free and Reduced Lunch from STEAM Academy

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  • STEAM Academy In-Person and Remote Learning Plan

    Fayette County Public Schools and STEAM Academy are preparing to offer in-person instruction for students whose families choose to send their children back to campus and
    remote instruction for families who choose to keep their children at home. While plans are being made with an eye toward January 2021, students will only return to campus if it is safe to do so.

    In collaboration with families and employees, each school has developed a school-specific plan in consultation with its School-Based Decision Making Council, aligned to the state’s “Guidance on Safety Expectations and Best Practices for Kentucky Schools (K-12), (Appendix A) and Fayette County Public Schools procedures.

    STEAM Academy In-Person and Remote Learning Plan Document Link

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  • Spring 20-21 STEAM Academy Schedule

    • Regardless of In-Person or Remote learning, this is the schedule that will be followed.
    STEAM Academy 20-21 Spring Schedule
    Times

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

    (Wednesday students will only meet for advisory courses)

    *Dual credit courses meet regardless of STEAM schedule. Dual credit students will be notified of any changes)

    7:45-8:30 Advisory
    8:34-9:40  1st Hour
     9:44-10:50 2nd Hour
     10:54-12:24 3rd Hour
    Lunches

    Lunch A: 11:10-11:30 

    Lunch B: 11:37-11:57

    Lunch C: 12:04-12:24 (Virtual and Remote Lunch Time)

    12:28-1:34 4th Hour
    1:38-2:45 5th Hour

    Dual Credit Courses

    CLD 102 (DC): Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11AM-11:50AM

    HIS 109 (DC): Tuesday, Thursday 10:30-11:45

    PLS 103 (DC): Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10AM-10:50AM 

    WRD 111 Section 2 (DC): Everyday 9:44AM-10:50AM 

    WRD 111 Section 5 (DC): Everyday 1:38PM-2:45PM

     

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  •  Next Level at BCTC & UK

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    STEAM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics is the broad umbrella for how the curriculum in this Innovation Zone program is organized. Students tackle high school concepts at very high levels, all through the lens of authentic, problem-based learning. For more information or to schedule a tour, please call (859) 381-3033. 

    STEAM Next Level Video


     

     

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